Austin divorce attorney David Todd discusses some of the specifics as it relates to community property in a Texas divorce. If you are facing a divorce, it is important to understand that Texas is a community property state.

In a community property state, it is assumed by the court that all things that you have, including assets and debts, belong to you and your spouse. Though there are some exceptions, almost everything you have is going to be considered community property and subject to division by you and your spouse.

It is also important to recognize that Texas is a no-fault divorce state. Nobody has to do anything wrong to get a divorce. No one can stop you from getting a divorce either. However, if fault comes into play, it can affect the division of property.

A Texas divorce can be a very messy and complicated process. Our team at the Todd Law Firm is experienced in handling divorce cases. We can help you understand your rights and guide you through this turbulent time in your life.

Contact an experienced Austin divorce attorney today for a free case evaluation and to order a copy of our free guide, The Five Deadly Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Texas Divorce Case. Call us today at (512) 472-7799.